CS SYD is participating in Hacktoberfest this year. Look here to find some issues to get started with.
Contributions are very welcome, and do not need to be pre-defined, but below are some good issues to get started with. Documentation in particular is very welcome, and can be a great way to get started with any given project.
If you want to learn more about testing, property testing, GTD, distributed systems or all-round real-world haskell programming, this could be a great opportunity!
The following repositories have some Hacktoberfest issues:
Validity: Validity-based testing
Cursor: Editor-agnostic zippers with a focus on better testing
Smos: A purely functional semantic forest-based editor for Getting Things Done.
Hastory: Advanced Applied Laziness for terminal-use optimisation
You are always welcome to email me for advice or with questions. I will be available to help, coach, guide and review.